Want to get more creative with Pinterest? Now you can, thanks to Bazaart.
The startup has released a free iPad application that lets you collage your pins, as well as those of other users on the network. It's easy to find, add, resize, rotate and otherwise assemble your collage. You can also add borders to images or select "crop" to remove white space.
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The app isn't perfect: If you have a board with more than 25 pins, you won't be able to load them all. (Gili Golander, Bazaart's fashion director, tells me this is a result of Pinterest's RSS feed limitation, and there's nothing they can do about it.) The crop button tends to completely erase light-colored images. An "undo" button would be a welcome addition as well. But it's a nice start.
Beyond collaging, the Bazaart app is also a decent Pinterest client: You can explore other boards, repin items and pull up their source pages -- meaning that all of the products pins are also shoppable within the app.
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The app's creators are apart of the DreamIt Ventures accelerator program for Israeli startups in New York. This is the second app they have built atop Pinterest. The first, Pinvolve, lets Facebook Page administrators quickly transfer their content to Pinterest.
This story originally published on Mashable here.